|Group Growth-Early||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: cbwhy (cbwhyaol.com)|
|Date: Wed, 4 May 94 14:57 CDT|
Since joining a cohousing group here in South Florida 2 months ago and this mail list around the same time I have been overwhelmed by wonderful people and interesting ideas. Thank you all for writing. Our group is 5 households presently moving forward with site , developer, and architect search. One issue presently for us is how important it is to recruit new people at this stage. We know at some point (maybe sooner than we think), we will have to have more households on board, but at this point we move swiftly (okay, maybe with a little burden due to the work load) through meetings and decisions. I would be interested to know how much efforts other groups put in to early recruitment. We eventually want a community of between 18 and 30 households. Is it always a good time to get commited people? It seems like most people who are interested don't want to spend their time at this point, or they aren't ready to put money down after a few meetings. Thanks for your input. Corey Yugler Broward Commons Cbwhy [at] AOL.Com 305-921-0434
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